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Cowboys WR Kevin Ogletree caught eight passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns in Wednesday night's Week 1 win over the Giants.

Ogletree capitalized on favorable coverage looks from a Giants defense more concerned with Dez Bryant and Miles Austin en route to a career game. (Ogletree had never scored a touchdown in 31 career games before this one.) Ogletree's 11 targets paced the Cowboys, and he should be locked into the third receiver role moving forward. Dwayne Harris, Cole Beasley, and Andre Holmes were nowhere to be seen on Wednesday night. We'd tap the breaks a bit on the "new Laurent Robinson" talk, but Ogletree can certainly maintain a prominent role in Dallas' offense if he continues to perform like this.
Wed, Sep 5, 2012 11:47:00 PM

Kelvin Benjamin suffered a knee injury in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Saints, and is questionable to return.

Although technically "questionable," Benjamin was spotted with his helmet off and ice on his knee early in the second quarter. He was reportedly "pretty upset." He's almost certainly done for the day. Benjamin got pulled down violently from behind, and staggered off the field. It was the opposite of a non-contact injury. Devin Funchess is now the Panthers' "No. 1 receiver."
Sep 24 - 1:48 PM

Colts WR Kamar Aiken left Sunday's game and has been diagnosed with a concussion.

Aiken started the game over Donte Moncrief. He was hit helmet to helmet on a 9-yard reception on the Colts' second possession.
Sep 24 - 1:36 PM

Marcedes Lewis hauled in 4-of-5 targets for 62 yards and three touchdowns in the Jaguars' Week 3 win over the Ravens in London.

To call this performance a shock would be an understatement. Despite entering the game with zero catches through two games, Lewis was involved early, catching a pass across the middle on the opening drive and capping that series with a 23-yard touchdown, his first since Week 2 of last season. Lewis did a great job selling the play action on the score, allowing him to get wide open in the end zone. The tight end was not done, either, getting open deep down the middle of the field for a second touchdown after halftime and adding a third on a four-yard fade the next drive. Lewis had three touchdowns total since 2013 entering the game. While it will be tempting to chase these points, Lewis will not be a fantasy option next week against the Jets.
Sep 24 - 12:25 PM

Blake Bortles completed 20-of-31 passes for 244 yards and four touchdowns Week 3 against the Ravens in London.

Bortles started out strong, hitting Marqise Lee with a great throw down the right sideline for a 35-yard gain on the opening field-goal drive, and it only got better from there. Bortles looked comfortable against the formerly stingy Ravens defense, creating yards with his legs and consistently hitting the open man. His first touchdown came after a great play-action fake and nice throw to Marcedes Lewis, and the second was a strike in the back of the end zone to Allen Hurns. With the Jaguars in complete control, Bortles was only asked to throw seven times in the second half before being pulled in the fourth quarter, but he put a nice touch pass right on Lewis down the middle of the field for a third score shortly after the break and hit the tight end again on a fade route for his fourth touchdown on the next drive. It was a great performance from the embattled quarterback which should quiet any benching rumors for at least the next week.
Sep 24 - 12:06 PM

Joe Flacco completed 8-of-18 passes for 28 yards and two interceptions Week 3 against the Jaguars in London.

Flacco was dreadful right from the start, leading four three-and-outs and completing zero passes on his first four drives before throwing a pick on the fifth. Pressure deserves some of the blame for his struggles, but he also misfired to a couple open receivers. Flacco’s first completion was an interception to A.J. Bouye, and his first completed pass to a Raven did not come until late in the second quarter. Things did not get much better after halftime, either. Flacco’s first pass was a poor decision and poor throw which was undercut by Jalen Ramsey for the quarterback’s second interception, and he was pulled at the start of the fourth quarter. Despite two wins to open the season, Flacco does not seem healthy at this point, and the Ravens' offensive line is not good enough to consistently protect him. He should not be in any lineups next week against the Steelers.
Sep 24 - 11:55 AM

Browns LB Jamie Collins (concussion) is officially inactive for Sunday's game at Indianapolis.

James Burgess will start for Collins at linebacker. This is positive news for Colts TE Jack Doyle. After allowing the second-most points to opposing tight ends in 2016, Cleveland has allowed a league-high 19 receptions and most fantasy points to the position to start the 2017 season.
Sep 24 - 11:45 AM

Vontae Davis (groin) will miss his third consecutive game Sunday. QB Andrew Luck, C Ryan Kelley, LB Anthony Walker, RB Marlon Mack, CB Quincy Wilson and WR Chester Rogers are also inactive Sunday.

The absence of Davis in the secondary has been felt so far to start the season. 36.6 percent of the completions against the Colts have gained 20 plus yards, the highest rate in the league. That could be a potential issue even against the Browns, as 31.7 percent of DeShone Kizer's pass attempts have been 15 yards or further downfield, the highest rate for all starting quarterbacks.
Sep 24 - 11:40 AM

Bucs LCB Brent Grimes (shoulder) is inactive for Week 3 against the Vikings.

The Bucs' defense is very banged up heading into Sunday's trip to Minnesota. Grimes likely would have covered Stefon Diggs on most of this game's plays. The rest of the Bucs' Week 3 inactives are DT Chris Baker, MLB Kwon Alexander, DE Jacquies Smith, OT Leonard Wester, C Joe Hawley, and TE Antony Auclair.
Sep 24 - 11:39 AM

Janoris Jenkins (ankle) is active for Week 3 against the Eagles.

We would expect him to spend a lot of time chasing Alshon Jeffery while Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie runs around with Nelson Agholor. The rest of the Giants' Week 3 inactives are MLB B.J. Goodson, LB J.T. Thomas, RB Wayne Gallman, TE Matt LaCosse, QB Davis Webb, and DE Avery Moss.
Sep 24 - 11:36 AM

Myles Garrett (ankle) is inactive for the Sunday’s game at Indianapolis. WR Sammie Coates, LB Jamie Collins, QB Cody Kessler, OL Marcus Martin, OL Zach Banner and DT T.Y. McGill are also inactive for the Browns Sunday.

Garrett did do work on the field during the pregame warmups with his right ankle taped, so he’s getting closer to being ready, but the Browns are taking every precaution with the first overall selection from this year’s draft.
Sep 24 - 11:35 AM

Broncos LT Garett Bolles (ankle) is active for Week 3 against Buffalo.

Bolles was carted off with what looked like a serious ankle injury last week, but won't end up missing time. His blindside presence is a huge upgrade for Trevor Siemian and the Broncos' pass protection. Denver's inactives are QB Paxton Lynch, RB Devontae Booker, WR Jordan Taylor, OG Billy Turner, CB Brendan Langley, DL Ahtyba Rubin, and NT Kyle Peko.
Sep 24 - 11:35 AM




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